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Some NASA Astronauts Think Extraterrestrial Are Real And Already Came In Contact With Us

by Stacy Richardson                 September 28, 2018                     (greatlakesledger.com)


• When Buzz Aldrin traveled to the Moon on Apollo 11 (July 1969) he saw a UFO through the window of the spaceship. A few years ago, Aldrin claimed that everything that he had said about the UFO was false, and that he does not believe that aliens are contacting us. However, here are three NASA astronauts who do think that extraterrestrials are real and are watching us:

• Edgar Mitchell – After nearly 20 years at NASA, astronaut Edgar Mitchell said he was 90% sure that the majority of the UFOs recorded since the 1940s belong to “visitors from other planets.” Mitchell said that he’d spoken with world leaders who have come into contact with extraterrestrials and that governments around the world have been hiding it from the public for more than 60 years.

• Deke Slayton – The former director of flight operations at NASA, Deke Slayton, in 1951 saw an alien spacecraft flying at a 45-degree angle. Soon after, it took off and disappeared. Slayton is sure that extraterrestrials are real and visiting us frequently.

• Brian O’Leary – Astronaut Brian O’Leary was part of a team that was headed to Mars before it was cancelled. Upon his retirement, he assured that there are extraterrestrials living on Earth and we should thank them for the huge technological advances.

 

If you had suspicions, or hopes, of the existence of life beyond our planet, there are three NASA astronauts who have no doubts and even think that extraterrestrials are real and watching us.

             Edgar Mitchell

One of the lucky ones who traveled to the Moon on Apollo 11, Buzz Aldrin, saw an unidentified object through the window of the spaceship. At that time, many media and conspiracy theorists rushed to claim that the aliens were among us.

However, Aldrin clarified the speculations a few years ago when he claimed that everything that had been said about it was false. He added that he does not believe that the aliens came into contact with us.

But, while there many of NASA astronauts are skeptical about extraterrestrial life, on the other hand, there are others who claim that extraterrestrials are real.

          Brian O’Leary

These three NASA astronauts believe that extraterrestrials are real:

           Deke Slayton

Edgar Mitchell, after nearly 20 years at NASA, said he is 90% sure that the majority of the UFOs recorded since the 1940s belong indeed to “visitors from other planets.” He said UFOs are real and that he talked to world leaders who have come into contact with extraterrestrials, but that information is classified. Similarly, he said governments around the world have been hiding it from the public for more than 60 years.

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NASA to Hunt for ‘Technosignatures’ of Alien Life, Hopes Giant Structures and Even Pollution Will Give Away Extraterrestrial Activity

by Cheyenne MacDonald                September 25, 2018                    (dailymail.co.uk)

• NASA hosted a ‘Technosignatures Workshop’ in Houston TX, September 26th thru 28th, to assess current efforts to find radio signals, atmospheric pollutants, or other emissions caused by extraterrestrial activity coming from deep space, that can be traced to an advanced civilization.

• Scientists have been searching for technosignatures for decades, with NASA’s own SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) work beginning in 1971. Today, NASA’s Kepler and TESS missions lead the search for worlds outside of our solar system. But even on Earth, scientists can detect signals emanating from distant sources far beyond our own skies, such as the mysterious ‘fast radio bursts’ that have been repeatedly detected in the last few years, with no solid explanation as to where they’re coming from.

• “Although we have yet to find signs of extraterrestrial life, NASA is amplifying exploring the solar system and beyond to help humanity answer whether we are alone in the universe,” NASA says.” But, signatures alone won’t confirm the existence of alien life. “We will need more than an unexplained signal to definitively prove the existence of technological life.”

 

NASA is ramping up its search for life outside of our solar system. The space agency is hosting a workshop in Houston this week to assess the state of current efforts to find ‘technosignatures’ coming from deep space and explore new areas. These signatures are those that could be traced to an advanced civilization, reaching Earth as radio signals or other emissions caused by extraterrestrial activity.

The space agency’s Technosignatures Workshop in Houston will take place from September 26 to 28 to address promising areas in the field and possible investment.

‘Technosignatures are signs or signals, which if observed, would allow us to infer the existence of technological life elsewhere in the universe,’ NASA explains.

‘The best known technosignatures are radio signals, but there are many others that have not been explored fully.’

NASA’s Kepler, and now TESS mission, have led the search for worlds outside of our solar system.
But even on Earth, scientists can detect signals emanating from distant sources far beyond our own skies.

Such is the case with the mysterious fast radio bursts (FRBS) that have been repeatedly detected in the last few years, with no solid explanation as to where they’re coming from.

Technosignatures could be radio or laser emissions, for example, or even an atmosphere full of pollutants, NASA explains.

‘Complex life may evolve into cognitive systems that can employ technology in ways that may be observable,’ NASA’s 2015 Astrobiology Strategy states.

‘Nobody knows the probability, but we know that it is not zero.’

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Scientists Weigh in On Cigar-Shaped UFO, Believed to Carry Alien Life

by Rhian Deutrom                  September 26, 2018                  (news.com.au)

• A group of astronomers from NASA, the European Space Agency and the German Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, have released a report, appearing in The Astrophysical Journal this week, on the origins of the cigar-shaped asteroid known as Oumuamua.

• First observed in October 2017, Oumuamua is a metallic or rocky object, approximately 400 metres in length and about 40 metres wide with a dark red surface. “(The red surface suggests) either an organic-rich surface like that of comets and outer solar system asteroids, or a surface containing minerals with nanoscale iron, such as the dark side of Saturn’s moon Iapetus,” the report said.     [organic-rich surface = alien life]

• The report suggested Oumuamua left its deep space home millions of years ago and was likely sent on its lonely journey when it was “ejected during planet formation and migration” and has been linked to four possible star systems.

• It was also calculated that Oumuamua moved faster than the existing laws of celestial mechanics.

• Scientists have struggled to explain what exactly the long, thin asteroid was and why it was flying so close to Earth, prompting suggestions that the rock was actually an alien spaceship or probe, used to explore our solar system.

 

Scientists have uncovered the truth about a mysterious space rock called Oumuamua which has been hurtling through Earth’s solar system and was spotted last year.

A group of acclaimed astronomers, including members from NASA, the European Space Agency and the German Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, released a report this week on the origins of the cigar-shaped asteroid which was first observed in October 2017.

The name Oumuamua is Hawaiian for “messenger from afar arriving first” and was named by the site who first spotted it.

According to the report, “a fast moving object on an unbound orbit was discovered close to the Earth” by a high-powered telescope, located in Hawaii.

The report claims Oumuamua is a metallic or rocky object, approximately 400 metres in length and about 40 metres wide.

It has a “comet-like density” and a dark red surface.

“(The red surface suggests) either an organic-rich surface like that of comets and outer solar system asteroids, or a surface containing minerals with nanoscale iron, such as the dark side of Saturn’s moon Iapetus,” the report said.

The report suggested Oumuamua left its home millions of years ago and was likely sent on its lonely journey when it was “ejected during planet formation and migration” and has been linked to four possible star systems.

It was also calculated that Oumuamua moved faster than the existing laws of celestial mechanics.

The report has been accepted into The Astrophysical Journal.

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